NEW YORK (AP) - Fifth Avenue in New York City came alive on Easter Sunday where costumes mingled with elegant bonnets fit for St. Patrick's Cathedral and nearby churches. The secular spectacle was a takeoff on a New York tradition from the 1800s, when the city's elite paraded their Sunday best to mark the holiday.
Cynthia Gable, of Easton, attended Sunday Mass wearing a shocking pink suit and a hat exploding with matching-colored feathers, while her husband, Scott Doerr, wore a black top hat.
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New York's Easter parade is now an outdoor free-for-all of participants and spectators from around the world. Weeks were spent making costumes.